Biography

I am the Executive Director at California Latinas for Reproductive Justice and I am passionate about issues of immigration, environmental justice, and birthing and parenting, as they intersect with reproductive justice. I am proud to be a California native, but I hold dear the time I spent in New York and the South learning about traditions of resistance from powerful women nationwide. Before I landed at CLRJ, I worked with the National Latina Health Organization (Oakland), the Dominican Women’s Development Center (New York) and SisterSong Women of Color Reproductive Justice Collective (Atlanta). My priorities now are to solidify the financial and communications infrastructure of the organization to complement our strong programmatic work.